Prosecution could have convicted Casey Anthony of murder but wouldn’t ‘go there’

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on February 24, 2016 at 11:54 P.M.

Casey Anthony could have been convicted.

Have you ever wondered why the prosecution in the Casey Anthony trial could not explain exactly where and how Caylee Anthony died?

The truth is – the prosecution knew what happened – but would not ‘go there’.

Casey Anthony was not convicted of murdering her two year-old daughter Caylee because the State of Florida failed to charge everyone that was involved in the child’s homicide, which prevented the prosecution of truly explaining how the little girl died.

The reason the State’s prosecution avoided addressing Caylee’s ‘real Manner of Death’ was because it involved Satanism and ritual sacrifice.

Babylonian Funeral is the public release of epic revelations made to a journalist by a paranormal demon hunter, Rev. Richard Grund, whose son was once engaged to Casey Anthony.

Babylonian Funeral is an in-depth analysis that reveals the Grund family became locked in a bizarre and intense battle with the Anthony family; a battle comprised of secret meetings and phone calls that began the moment of Caylee’s disappearance.

Rev. Grund repeatedly placed his family’s DNA, including semen and pubic hair, on Caylee’s body, before she was even found – claiming a conspiracy by the Anthony family existed to ‘plant’ the evidence.

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The author of Babylonian Funeral, Timothy Charles Holmseth, has been threatened with kidnapping, mutilation, and death.

VISIT WWW.WRITEINTOACTION.COM

 

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